Happy New Skull (part deuce)

I popped into the studio yesterday afternoon and found Lee having a quiet few moments between his customers. The huge huge skull painting he started a couple weeks ago seems to be coming along beautifully …

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Stay True and Hold Fast …

Skulls inspire lots of our creative work and I recently finished this cute, sparkly, tattoo inspired, skull evening bag. As with all our bags it is totally, wonderfully, completely unique … another Trashcan Emporium one-off!

The bag measures 7 inches x 7.5 inches and so is just perfect size for phone, keys and cash on a night out (or even a night ‘out out’).

I am going to pop it on our Amazon shop later but if anyone wants to snap it up now then it’s just £10 …

Happy New Skull …

It’s been a pretty quiet start to the new year at our little studio. However, this gives Lee time to play! I popped in to say hello in my lunch break and found him stood in front of the hugest canvas creating the most mahoosive skull and roses.

To me it looks the very start of something pretty grand … not sure quite where to put it though. Any suggestions?

Beardy skulls..

I do love a beardy skull … I can’t really explain it but guessing it’s because I love my beardy husband so much. Lee has been creating a nautical themed sleeve for one of our regular customers and this bearded skull captain he created yesterday is the most perfectly fitting addition don’t you think?

More Coffee Dregs Art …

I love my cafetière of fresh coffee each morning. I try to have just one cup each day and drink water or peppermint tea the rest of the day, but oh do I love that fresh morning coffee. When I get home from work Lee is usually in the kitchen and has tidied up from my morning smoothie, coffee, breakfast chaos. However, he is often tempted by my coffee dregs and yesterday I got home to find this handsome fella smiling up at me! Once a creative always a creative huh?

Father inks Son…

Yesterday was a special Father/Son day at the studio as Lee opened up on his studio on a Wednesday to work on his son. His son has an interest in Japanese masks and Lee worked up something pretty different along that style of work. I had regular updates from the studio and enjoyed seeing how this skull mask tattoo came together. What do you think?

PS – I did wonder if, when his mates admire his tattoo, my stepson says proudly “my daddy did it!” 😄

Another mighty fine swap…

Lee is pretty happy after undertaking another mighty fine swap with our customer from ‘Boxed Blues.’ Joe had another dripping skull tattoo and Lee received a fab stomp box and microphone in return! (I just love that retro telephone mic). Once again it really is Pembroke currency at its very best!